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April 07, 2009


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Susan Sage Heinzelman

A fascinating pedagogical and intellectual experiment. Coming at this issue from a slightly different perspective, I have tried to work through the vexed relationship between law and literature in the early 18th century in England: specifically, even though public statements about the novels shaky epistemological grounding seemed to put it in opposition to the law, there was much complicity between these two discourses and their practitioners in shaping a certain kind of judicious reader and citizen.

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